Your daily SBC News 90, here’s the top stories of the day:

Malta-licensed sportsbook operators will be required to report any suspicious betting patterns from the 1st of January 2021. 

The Malta Gaming Authority has announced the new measure following a seven-week consultation to gather feedback on the proposed Suspicious Betting Reporting Requirements.

The regulator looks to increase its collaboration efforts with both licensees and other stakeholders interested in safeguarding the integrity of sports and sports betting.

Charity GamCare called for wider awareness of ‘gambling-related financial harms’ as it launched a new financial toolkit across the UK to further support customers experiencing gambling-related harm.

Gamcare works with a diverse range of stakeholders to better identify problematic consumer behaviours, while improving support for those enduring financial hardships caused by gambling.

So far, the initiative has seen eight UK banks add ‘gambling block’ services to digital current accounts, enabling customers to block or restrict transactions with gambling operators.

For the final story of the day: Inter Milan has confirmed SDY SPORTS as the club’s Official Asian Online Gaming Partner for the next two years.

The agreement includes a series of marketing initiatives that will be unveiled over the course of the coming Serie A season.

SBC News 90: Malta puts onus on operators to report suspicious betting patterns